Tragic reports have confirmed the death of several miners who were traveling on a plane that crashed near a remote volcano in the Philippines.
According to reports from local media outlets, the miners died after the plane slammed down to the grown, killing all those on board.
The two victims that have been named as killed in the crash were natives hailing from Australia. They were on a work mission in the Philippines and had been missing.
But now, the authorities have confirmed that they are no more, bringing the mystery to a devastating and tragic end.
The plane’s wreckage was reportedly found near a remote volcano, sources have confirmed. They were identified as Simon Chipperfield and Karthi Santhanam who both hail from the southern part of Australia.
They were reportedly on board a Cessna RPC340 that crashed into the ground after leaving Bicol International Airport in Albay. This was at 6:43 am on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, reports from local media outlets mentioned one mechanic and a pilot were also on board the plane. But their remains are yet to be found. Moreover, the search is still on for their recovery but the authorities did reveal how all of them had passed away.
The country’s foreign minister announced this morning in Fiji how sadly, there are no survivors and an investigation is being led to determine what exactly went wrong that led to this devastating incident.
What has been revealed so far is how the engineers were on their way back to the capital city of Manilla after visiting a power plant and that is when the crash took place.
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